Who Knows What About Me?

The report by the Children's Commissioner for England into the collection and sharing of children’s data is calling on internet giants and toy-makers to be more transparent about the data they are collecting. It calls for a statutory duty of care between social media companies and their younger users, and urges the government to consider strengthening data protection laws. Leadership Briefing 13.02(146)

More information is collected and shared about us as we go about our daily lives than ever before. It’s in the screens we watch, the websites and apps we use and the latest must-have toysand gadgets. And it’s not just about technology – information is captured by public services too. Our data footprints are getting bigger and bigger. 

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